Low Alloy Steels

Designation Applications Metallurgical Characteristics Available Filler Metal Form SDS Tech Data
Eureka BU AWS 80S-D2 Eureka BU (Build Up) is a triple deoxidized filler metal that yields dense porous free weld deposits. It is used for high strength joining and fabrication of low alloy and mild steels. It also can be utilized as an underlay prior to the deposition of a hard facing alloy. Eureka BU produces weld deposits of approximately 95,000 psi tensile strength and has 25% elongation. Solid MIG Wire, TIG Rods, and Micro Tig Rods Download Here Download Here
Eureka 26 AWS E6013 Eureka 26 are used for fabricating close tolerance welds, jigs, fixtures or other mechanical sections.  Excellent for galvanized or zinc coated sheet metal.  It is a must for fabricating seamless tubing and thick wall pipe.  Eureka 26 is an all position AC/DC electrode. it has a stable spatter, free arc with self-detaching slag. Eureka 26 is a low carbon machine steel.  Excellent machinability, high yield strength, and ultra fine grain structure are among its metallurgical assets. Stick Electrode Download Here Download Here
Eureka 27 AWS E7018 A1 Eureka 27 is a premium quality AC/DC low hydrogen iron powder electrode. It is an all position welding alloy that exhibits outstanding arc stability with a rapid freezing slag system that is self-detaching. It is used in the general fabrication or joining of structural steels, pipes, plates, and pressure vessels. Eureka 27 has typical tensile strength of 85,000 P.S.I. and exhibits excellent low temperature impact properties. Stick Electrode Download Here Download Here
Eureka 28 AWS E8018 C3 Eureka 28  is a premium quality low hydrogen iron powder all position stick electrode. This electrode exhibits outstanding arc stability with a rapid freezing slag system that is self-detaching. When used in the overhead position the deposits are uniform and no spatter is present to impair the welder. It is used in the general fabrication or joining of structural steels, pipes, plates, and pressure vessels. Eureka 28  has typical tensile strength of 87,000 P.S.I. and exhibits excellent low temperature impact properties. Stick Electrode Download Here Download Here
Eureka 130 A.I.S.I. Type 4130 Eureka 130 is for welding 4100 or 4300 series steels such as stamping dies, cast steels, plastic molds and composite dies. It is also used for overlaying and build-up of certain types of rolls and other components that must be hardened. Eureka 130 is a A.I.S.I type 4130 low alloy steel. The as welded hardness of the deposits are typically around 35-40 HRC. The hardness is highly dependent on preheat temperature, length of time welding, and cooling rate. Stick Electrode, Solid MIG Wire, TIG Rods, Metal Cored Wire, and Micro Tig Rods Download Here Download Here
Eureka 145 A.I.S.I. Type 6150 Eureka 145 was developed for the repair or build-up of A.I.S.I type 6150 steels such as stamping dies, cast steels, plastic molds and composite dies. It is also used for overlaying and build-up of certain types of rolls and other components that must be hardened. Eureka 145  is a A.I.S.I type 6150 low alloy steel. The as welded hardness of the deposits are typically around 42-48 HRC. The hardness is highly dependent on preheat temperature and length of time welding (cooling rate). Stick Electrode Download Here Download Here
Eureka 434 A.I.S.I. Type 4340 Eureka 434 is for welding 4100 or 4300 series steels such as stamping dies, cast steels, plastic molds and composite dies. It is also used for overlaying and build-up of certain types of rolls and other components that must be hardened. Eureka 434 is a A.I.S.I type 4340 low alloy steel. The as welded hardness of the deposits are typically around 41-48 HRC. The hardness is highly dependent on preheat temperature and length of time welding (cooling rate). Stick Electrode Download Here Download Here